This course combines social, affective, and neuroscience with psychology and embodied practices culled from the traditions of yoga and mindfulness to the study of how we create lasting change through the lens of today’s rapidly changing and challenging world
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Almost all species have internal rhythms and a sense of time, which are the focus of a field now known as chronobiology. We have internal circadian (24-hour) clocks that generate and shape daily cycles in our physiology, emotion, and behavior. In this 2-hr Masterclass, we explore emerging research in the science of change, including: -new findings in chronobiology, the science of body clocks -how light affects sleep -the impact of light on emotional well-being -photoentrainment and inflammation -top practices to tune your biological clocks so they're in harmony with time -the social context of circadian tuning We’ll discuss practical tools for healing on physical, emotional, and social levels. You don't need to attend live, but you do need to register- early is better to ensure your reg. goes through. Reg. ends @ 11:30am EST on 12/7. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) scholarships. Email Julie: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restorative Yoga originated as a technique to address injuries, illness, and chronic disease. In modern Western culture, it's often used as a last resort, a brief reset when we can't produce at expected levels. But there's more to it than that, especially now. In this 2-hr Masterclass, we explore emerging research in the science of change. We’ll cover: new findings in neuroplasticity, the science of change the top 5 ways to retrain the brain, body, & nervous system when and how to use dynamic rest practices the impact of rest on the gut microbiome, sleep, & emotions what the research has to say about restorative practice how embodied dynamic rest improves emotional and social health the social context of safety and rest We’ll discuss practical tools for healing on physiological, psychological, and social levels. You don't need to attend live, but you do need to register- early is better to …